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Identifying wild medicinal plants

June 26, 2018

Learn to identify wild medicinal trees and plants from Quebec with a pioneer in that field, Anny Schneider. You will taste nutritional and medicinal plants, identify toxic plants to avoid, and the golden rules of sustainable foraging.

(Please note that this workshop will be given in French only) 

INSTRUCTOR

Anny Schneider

REQUIREMENTS

None

INCLUDED

  • Access to the SÉPAQ park
  • The necessary material
  • Plant and herbal tea tasting

REFUNDS

We do not provide reimbursements, however we do allow ticket transfers anytime before the trip. Should you want to transfer your ticket, please email genevieve@besidemagazine.com.

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